spt – Spiti Bhoti, Nyam
jda – Jad
sbu – Stod Bhoti
cna – Changthang
Lahuli–Spiti is a small group of Tibetan languages spoken in India. It is more closely related to Standard Tibetan than it is to the neighboring Ladakhi, which is spoken to the north in the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir.
- Lahuli (Stod Bhoti),
The Changthang people are ethnically distinct, but their language is intelligible with Stod Bhoti.
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